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  • Senate gives green light to Mislatel

    The Senate practically gave the go-signal to the Mislatel consortium to proceed as third player in the country’s telecommunications industry after the chamber approved the transfer of ownership of one of its partners, whose telco franchise is being questioned. by Paolo Romero

    philstar.com
  • California Gives Green Light to Marijuana Home Delivery

    New state regulation makes it easier to buy cannabis in previously prohibited areas, but local authorities are pushing back.

    GreenEntrepreneur
  • UN gives green light for North Koreans to travel to Vietnam

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) - The Security Council committee monitoring sanctions against North Korea has given a green light to Kim Jong Un's delegation to travel to Vietnam next week for talks with U.S. President Donald Trump on denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula, U.N. diplomats said Wednesday. The Vietnamese government requested an

    The Washington Times
  • UN gives green light for North Koreans to travel to Vietnam

    U.N. diplomats say the Security Council committee monitoring sanctions against North Korea has given a green light to Kim Jong Un’s delegation to travel to Vietnam next week for talks with U.S. President Donald Trump on denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula

    Washington Post
  • UN gives green light for North Koreans to travel to Vietnam

    U.N. diplomats say the Security Council committee monitoring sanctions against North Korea has given a green light to Kim Jong Un's delegation to travel to Vietnam next week for talks with U.S. President Donald Trump on denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula.

    miamiherald
  • UN gives green light for North Koreans to travel to Vietnam

    U.N. diplomats say the Security Council committee monitoring sanctions against North Korea has given a green light to Kim Jong Un's delegation to travel to Vietnam next week for talks with U.S. President Donald Trump on denuclearizing the Korean Peninsula.

    thenewstribune
  • Coalition backs disability royal commission – but doesn't give green light

    Scott Morrison earns wrath of campaigners by saying states must give their agreement before inquiry can start The Morrison government has waved through a motion calling on it to establish a disability royal commission, but blamed the states for its failure to start the inquiry immediately. Greens senator Jordon Steele-John responded with fury, accusing the government of a “bare-faced lie” that state sign-off was required and failing to give a clear commitment or timeline for setting up the...

    the Guardian